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[filmscanners] RE: What can you advise?



> > I also have a dehumidifier in my lab...I can't say if that
> helps a lot or
> > not, but I don't have any dust problems on my stored film.  On
> film I simply
> > leave lying around, perhaps.
>
>
> Actually, a moderate humidity level keeps dust levels down, by reducing
> static, and by making the dust heavier and more likely to fall to the
> ground.

Hi Arthur,

Agreed.  I keep it at around %45.  The circulation of air (and filtering
thereof), as the air through the dehumidifier, probably pulls dust off on
the damp coil...that's speculation, but sounds right at first thought ;-)

> 20-30% humidity is probably optimum in those terms, or you can
> get mold growth.

I'm curious if you have any references on that.  I've not had any mold
growth, and it seems quite comfortable...and as I said, no camera, equipment
etc. problems at all.  It's been a most palatable environment.  The
dehumidifier is off during winter, probably from October to April.

Regards,

Austin

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